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Patrol reports, New Britain, 1926-1931

  • AU PMB MS 1036
  • Collection
  • 7 August 1926 - 24 December 1931

Ian McCallum Mack (1900-1933), born at Jan Juc, Victoria, was the great-grandson of the pioneer settler, Joseph Gardner Mack and great-great-grandson of the First Fleet surgeon, William Balmain. He was appointed as a Patrol Officer in 1926, stati...

Mack, Ian McCallum

Articles, letters and miscellaneous papers

  • AU PMB MS 1042
  • Collection
  • 1873 - 1907

Please see PMB 1039 for full entryThis collection (MS 7080, Box 3) consists of the following:<P><BR><P>FOLDER 1 - Letters to Lorimer Fison<BR>Items 9-11; George Taplin, 1873: Meru tribe kinship, Murray River<BR>Items ...

Fison, Rev. Lorimer

Papers regarding Pacific linguistics

  • AU PMB MS 1056
  • Collection
  • 1897-1938 {Bulk: 1913-38}

Highly regarded German linguist who researched and published extensively on the languages of Africa, South East Asia and Oceania. Much of Dempwolff's Pacific field research was carried out in German New Guinea during the years 1909-14.<BR...

Dempwolff, Otto, 1871-1938

Research notes on the Gilbert Islands

  • AU PMB MS 1057
  • Collection
  • c.1956-1962

Educated at Cambridge, Harry Maude spent the years 1929-48 working as a civil servant and administrator in various Pacific Islands, in particular the British colony of the Gilbert and Ellice Islands. From 1948-57 he worked for the South Pacific Co...

Maude, H. E. (Henry Evans), 1906-

Miscellaneous manuscripts

  • AU PMB MS 1065
  • Collection
  • 1933 - 1970

Independent Society established in 1963 with initial New Zealand Government support.1. Shipping Notes compiled by W.G. Coppell, 1962-67, nos. 1-149 (MS 72).<BR>Typescript research notes consisting of extracts from various primary and seconda...

Cook Islands Library and Museum Society

Miscellaneous manuscripts

  • AU PMB MS 1066
  • Collection
  • 1847-1977

Please see entry for PMB 10651. Maori Culture, Rakahanga Island (MS 29). Records of surviving linguistic usages collected in 1956. Given by Apolo Lameka, written by David Alepha, translated by Nooroa Kairenga. (6pp, typescript)<BR>2. Vari...

Cook Islands Library and Museum Society

Diaries

  • AU PMB MS 1067
  • Collection
  • 1897-1898

Born in 1839 near Birmingham, England, Banks spent some years in the United States where he fought in the Civil War and was also an employee of Wells Fargo, whose employment he left while under a charge of embezzlement. He settled in the Cook Isl...

Banks, Charles W.

Diaries

  • AU PMB MS 1068
  • Collection
  • 1892, 1899, 1900, 1904

See entry for PMB 1067Four diaries with handwritten entries describing Banks' life and work as a trader in the Cook Islands. Banks' diaries for 1897 and 1898 can be found on PMB 1067. Banks' diary for 1903 can be found on PMB 1069...

Banks, Charles W.

Miscellaneous manuscripts

  • AU PMB MS 1069
  • Collection
  • 1891-1973

See notes for PMB 1065 and PMB 10671. Tapere Titikaveka Kauare, a handwritten manuscript in Rarotongan. Consists of journal-type entries dated, 1891, 1903-1909. Some of the entries relate to Tetika Mata'iapo's adoption/fostering of Kau...

Cook Islands Library and Museum Society

Miscellaneous manuscripts

  • AU PMB MS 1070
  • Collection
  • 1903-1939

See notes for PMB 1065 and PMB 10671. Diary of Charles Banks, Sept.-Dec. 1903 (continuation of PMB 1069).<BR>2. Diaries of Robert Wigmore, owner of the Papua Plantation at Titikaveka, 1918, 1920, 1923, 1925 and 1926 (MS 52).<BR>3. Te A...

Cook Islands Library and Museum Society

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